• Roswell: First Contact

  • Earth's Secret Alliance - Malcolm Dow, Book 1
  • By: Tony B. Richard
  • Narrated by: Sean Lester
  • Length: 1 hr and 42 mins
  • 3.8 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)

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When Private Malcolm Dow went to clean up a crashed weather balloon, he came face-to-face with an alien instead. Being an alien of sorts in his own otherwise all-white regiment, Malcolm instantly took on the Alien’s plight - military help for his besieged planet, Zalma.

And it’s not just Zalma; Earth will be next. But to do so, he must first overcome the obstacles he’s faced since childhood and find a voice for himself. The trouble is, he’s not the only one who knows they’re here.

Follow Malcolm as he begins his super-stellar adventure and endeavors to answer the question - whom can he trust?

©2022 Tony Beier (P)2022 Tony Beier

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Listened to first episode so far…

An interesting plot is emerging. There is an emphasis on love and kindness and acceptance and morality. Possibly, for this reason, also a good book to consider for a teenager to read.